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7 Days
Blue skies, emerald meadows, and iconic peaks add up to a picture-perfect vacation. On this itinerary to the Alps' most photogenic towns and with plenty of food shots along the way, you'll discover the region's highlights are always ready for a close-up. Photo credit: Viorel Munteanu
 
 
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6 Days
This week-long itinerary to the Alps has been designed with adventurous travelers in mind. After you start in Stuttgart, the home of Porsche and Mercedes-Benz, you can soar on a zipline over the Black Forest and take a trek on a glacier in Austria. Photo credit: DZT, Porsche Ag
 
 
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4 Days
A journey to the cultural capitals of the Alps—Innsbruck, Munich, Salzburg, and Zurich—includes stops at superb museums, visits to historic sights, and meals to remember.
 
 
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7 Days
The Matterhorn, the Black Forest, and the postcard-perfect Alpine town of Hallstatt are some of the must-see stops on this journey through the Alps.
 
 
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4 Days
A four-day trip to the Alps includes stops in the lively cities of Zurich and Innsbruck, with their cultural highlights and historic districts, as well as bucolic detours to Austria's Bregenzerwald and Germany's Black Forest. Photo credit: DZT, Alwin Tîlle
 
 
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7 Days
The Alps have all the right ingredients: freshwater fish, wild game, mountain herbs, and fruits from its orchards. Add some of Europe's top chefs helming restaurants here, and you have a trip that will satisfy every traveling gourmet. Photo credit: Tourismus Salzburg Günter Breitegger